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ClayCraft

#62
Magazine

ClayCraft magazine is a must-have for ceramic enthusiasts, packed with fun and inspirational pottery projects for all levels. A monthly subscription of ClayCraft magazine offers an exciting mix of information and inspiration on the world of ceramics, with practical step-by-step projects, essential clay choice and design tips, as well as interviews with individual pottery makers. Whether you are a beginner to the world of pottery, a student or a professional, ClayCraft magazine is an essential read for makers at any level. Inside every issue, you’ll find advice for pottery novices who are brand new to the world of ceramics, tips for intermediate makers looking to improve their skills and challenging projects for the professional clay makers out there. If you’re looking for a ceramics magazine that combines inspiration and information on the popular world of clay making, then ClayCraft magazine is the perfect read for you.

Clay Craft

Welcome

POURS FOR THOUGHT?

Happy birthday!

TEXAN CERAMICIST • Jessica Phillips, from Texas, is holding her first international exhibition at the JOC Ceramics Gallery in Hampton, London from now until 30 April.

THROWN PIERCED LAMP SHADE • There can be no better way to individualise your home than to make your own decorative features. Lamp and light shades make great subjects for unique expression, so try out this simple method to get you started

FIRED UP 4 • Hannah McAndrew explains what this initiative is about, and how you can help

WALL HANGING RAM’S HEAD • Having an animal head hanging on the wall is not to everyone’s taste but there is something incredibly satisfying about making one successfully in clay. If you don’t want to make a ram, the method demonstrated here can easily be adapted to make almost any animal you like

GLAZE BASICS: SUBSTITUTING GLAZE MATERIALS

LARGE PINCHED AND COILED BOWL • There is something very pleasing about making bowls; they’re female forms, rounded and open and the good thing is, they have so many uses that you can’t really have too many!

CERAMIC WALES

LIDDED VESSEL • This is a lovely ovento-table dish for cooking and then serving a meal. It looks particularly good when made in sets of different sizes, to serve a variety of foods. Alternatively, a shallow version makes a great dressing table container for jewellery or makeup

THE GREAT POTTERY THROW DOWN The final!

Doug’s DIARY

SURFACE DECORATION CUT WORK • In truth, piercing is more a decorative technique integral to the body of the form than a surface decoration. We cover the technique in simple form here to get you started but the possibilities for beautiful, fine work are endless and all you need are a steady hand and patience

Confessions of a novice • Let’s face it, a new kiln costs more than I spent on my car. For many of us, that just isn’t an option. Unfortunately, there are pitfalls to second-hand, too, and one of them is rust

COURSES


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 84 Publisher: Kelsey Publishing Group Edition: #62

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: April 14, 2022

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Crafts

Languages

English

ClayCraft magazine is a must-have for ceramic enthusiasts, packed with fun and inspirational pottery projects for all levels. A monthly subscription of ClayCraft magazine offers an exciting mix of information and inspiration on the world of ceramics, with practical step-by-step projects, essential clay choice and design tips, as well as interviews with individual pottery makers. Whether you are a beginner to the world of pottery, a student or a professional, ClayCraft magazine is an essential read for makers at any level. Inside every issue, you’ll find advice for pottery novices who are brand new to the world of ceramics, tips for intermediate makers looking to improve their skills and challenging projects for the professional clay makers out there. If you’re looking for a ceramics magazine that combines inspiration and information on the popular world of clay making, then ClayCraft magazine is the perfect read for you.

Clay Craft

Welcome

POURS FOR THOUGHT?

Happy birthday!

TEXAN CERAMICIST • Jessica Phillips, from Texas, is holding her first international exhibition at the JOC Ceramics Gallery in Hampton, London from now until 30 April.

THROWN PIERCED LAMP SHADE • There can be no better way to individualise your home than to make your own decorative features. Lamp and light shades make great subjects for unique expression, so try out this simple method to get you started

FIRED UP 4 • Hannah McAndrew explains what this initiative is about, and how you can help

WALL HANGING RAM’S HEAD • Having an animal head hanging on the wall is not to everyone’s taste but there is something incredibly satisfying about making one successfully in clay. If you don’t want to make a ram, the method demonstrated here can easily be adapted to make almost any animal you like

GLAZE BASICS: SUBSTITUTING GLAZE MATERIALS

LARGE PINCHED AND COILED BOWL • There is something very pleasing about making bowls; they’re female forms, rounded and open and the good thing is, they have so many uses that you can’t really have too many!

CERAMIC WALES

LIDDED VESSEL • This is a lovely ovento-table dish for cooking and then serving a meal. It looks particularly good when made in sets of different sizes, to serve a variety of foods. Alternatively, a shallow version makes a great dressing table container for jewellery or makeup

THE GREAT POTTERY THROW DOWN The final!

Doug’s DIARY

SURFACE DECORATION CUT WORK • In truth, piercing is more a decorative technique integral to the body of the form than a surface decoration. We cover the technique in simple form here to get you started but the possibilities for beautiful, fine work are endless and all you need are a steady hand and patience

Confessions of a novice • Let’s face it, a new kiln costs more than I spent on my car. For many of us, that just isn’t an option. Unfortunately, there are pitfalls to second-hand, too, and one of them is rust

COURSES


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